Meet Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, the nanny to the Royal Family
She's been quietly helping the Royal couple sail through the waves of parenthood, meet Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, the one and only nanny to Prince George and Princess Charlotte
Ever wonder how Kate Middleton and Prince William sail through parenthood of their two kids like a dream? Because they have an extremely efficient nanny, of course. Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, who perhaps has one of the most hectic and important jobs in the Royal family's Kensington Palace, is little known but she has your dream job - she tends to the future leaders of the British Royal Family.
She perhaps has a handful with Prince George and Princess Charlotte since joining the services back in March 2014. She's also the one and only nanny that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have appointed since having children and now with the highly anticipated arrival of royal baby number three, her job is more important than ever. She must be really good at her job too because Vanity Fair has confirmed that the Royal parents of George and Charlotte have "no plans" to get anyone else to help her out. She really must be superhuman - to be trusted to groom these royals.
She's reportedly always present at all royal events - quietly doing her job in the background and efficiently handling the kids. She was seen at Pippa Middleton's wedding and the Trooping the Colour parades and not once do you see that she's not got the children exactly where she wants them.
According to Town & Country, Maria is above 40 years of age and is originally from Palencia, Spain. She's a Norland College graduate which is popular for "for training the caretakers of the UK's most notable families." Princess Anne's nanny was also reportedly from the same college. She is said to know the best skills when it comes to raising kids as well as, "self-defense, first-aid training, defensive driving, and security issues to how to care for a future king or queen." She is also reportedly teaching the royal children how to speak in Spanish and Prince George reportedly already knows the basics well.